|Flyin' Miata projects in the shop
|The new development area is coming together and allowing us to organize things better.|
We've been finding springs everywhere!
|Heavy traffic out in front of FM this morning.|
Those are cases of wine, BTW. The wind machines got a work-out last night trying to keep the peaches, apricots and cherries from freezing.
|Time to maintain the swamp coolers, but not a bad view while we work.|
And no, the smoke is not from Miata burn-outs, farmers are burning weeds.
|Tokicos are back in stock!|
We don't have full inventory of all models, but they're finally starting to ship.
|You calling our cat fat?|
|We're testing a new, lighter throttle body inlet pipe and some new injectors on Igor, one of our shop cars.|
|Parking is pretty full.|
Notice the rocket boosters on the back shelves.
|FM Salvage is now closed.|
We needed the space for other things and it took a huge amount of time. This area will soon be full of shiny new inventory, and the lift is part of a new product development area.
We'll miss having that playground of used parts for testing, though!
|Want to buy a lap record?|
Brandon's sub-1000 lb bike-engined Locost is for sale. Give us a call for details.
|A bright blue 10AE stopped by today to pick up a new roll bar.|
|Is it a giant frozen burrito?|
Or something "fishier"?
|The parts for a new project at Flyin' Miata are starting to take shape.|
|Whoosh, the little car that started it all at FM.|
Bill has owned Whoosh since new. Still looking pretty good!
|Does your 1990-97 Miata ride lower than it should?|
Is it uneven? Check your shock mounts. The one on the left has collapsed and would result in the car sitting lower.
|As part of the prep work to turn the Lava V8 car into a track car, we've installed Sparco seats and FIA-rated harnesses.|
|Why put away the fun car in the winter?|
|Remember the V8 that sold on our site recently?|
It's been at the FM shop, picking up a few upgrades before delivery to the new owner. Here, you ca see the color-matched hardtop and taillight accents. You can't see the headlight accents or the Big Mama Jama Stage 2 brakes.
|NC brake kit development continues.|
We've adapted our exclusive Wilwood parking brake calipers to the rear of the car. As you can see, they easily fit under stock 17" wheels.
|The first prototype of a Little Big Brake Kit for the NC is installed!|
That's a strong Wilwood caliper over stock rotors.
|Eric, Kyle and Mike spend the lunch break watching some racing.|
Yes, that's lightcycle racing in the original Tron.